Tallahassee Democrat from Tallahassee, Florida on September 9, 1949 · Page 14
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The cost of atrlping and re-itriping 100,000 miles of highway each year is estimated at $2,800,-000 or $28 a mile. FOR THE BEST IN SEAFOOD Served In Pleasant Surroundings IT'S THE NEW PINES CAFE "Aik tha Man Who Hat Bacn Here" f. B. McFADDEN, Prop. Phone 344 St Marki PHONE 1 8 6 NOW SHOWING 'IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME' starring VAN JOHNSON and JUDY GARLAND JOYOUS MUSICAL f ! Laughs and Dance; NOVELTIES - NEWS PHONE 180 NOW SHOWING BY MARKED MONEY! It's the hang-' noose pay-off for Tim. ..unless he out-trick the whole Salt River Gang! RICHARD MARTIN MARTHA HYER STEVE BRODIE If HCtWAM SCHtOM ftnwlfri If UStfT SIUMOtt '18 set: mmm m ir. u.l far llil SVWM run". " -riurur,.i GUEST STARS HP" le'eowd thru Uniltd Artist; AIR-COOLED Phon 887 We 40c 44c t:::: t::: - 'W - The dramatic story of a man who loved too much! en I : J :::: v ;. Jf :: left" PUj OoH4 Otae Suin Bawd m tnc Piij Di DoOttl MoiK im) Noti Lmi t) ::::: : PLUS . . . "DIZZY KITTY" (Univcrtil Cirtoon) Quincy Personals . . . By JL S RICHARDSON Mrs M B Bates, sr, and John Bates left recently for a visit in Atlanta. New York City and other points of interest. Mrs M L Register has returned "Winner of hisli score was from a visit in Williston with her j "J the parents. Mr and Mrs W J Morns., ' Bir)iarrt r,rrt. one was ttCLUiiUJauicu uiinc uj her daughter, Rosellen who has been visiting her grandparents for i the past six weeks. I Mrs John Porter of Selma is i visiting her sister, Mrs Gerge W j Munroe. i Mrs Ed Perry and son, Ed Perry, III, of Bainbridge were guests of her mother, Mrs R M Davidson and Mrs Neff McMillan this week. Dick Munroe, who has been visiting his mother, Mrs M W Munroe, left Tuesday on a trip to Cuba. Mrs E B Embry is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs C H Coulter, in Tallahassee. Friends of Mrs Coulter will be interested to know she has returned home from the Tallahassee hospital. Visitors Honored Mrs J L Davidson and Mrs J E Dickey were the inspiration for a lovely luncheon yesterday when Mrs C R Shaw. sr. entertained for them at her Lake Talquin home. Arrangements of wild flowers were used on the porch and throughout the house. The 30 guests were seated at small tables on the terrace, where a lunch was served. The hostess was assisted in entertaining bv Miss Leewood Shaw. Mrs C R Shaw, 1r. Mrs A L Wilson and Mrs M B Bates, Jr. Bridge Club Mrs T R Smith was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon at her home on Jefferson street, which was attractive with arrangements of mixed garden flowers. The three tables of players were served a salad course. Mrs J O Garner of Memphis was remembered with an attractive gift as was the winner of high score. DANCE EVERY FRIDAY NITE PAVILLION 9:30 TILL? AIR-COOLED PHONE 14e 11 SJIJVJgr 8 40e F T Zr 8 44c -4 - A rif1 7 Today and Tomorrow STARTS SUNDAY ::!!! ." ..e 1 S!i! J li lr " (. v,.4J Ml JOSEPH L MANKIEWICZ g5c fl sot'cl'tGH 2o- Eir PLUS . . . Cartoon & Newt Broadway's No. 1 StageM v i; M-GM presents SPENCER wiej HMiMmm mmc-wtim am Nnl to Wl I. (Mtff htKHi It CiiKC MM I HID KRffll turn Km mmm TRACY Kill IWITSill Mn Williams Hostess Mrs Gene Williams was hostess to the Tally club at the home of her mother. Mrs Joe Budd, Tuesday afternoon. Lovely arrangements of roses were used in the party rooms. ner. Mrs Henry Weinberg, jr. Mrs George H Massey, Mrs J Edmund Corry and Mrs Jack V Vrieze. Anniversary Tarty Mr and Mrs Herbert S Massey of Dade City, who are visiting relatives, entertained with a dinner party at Wakulla lodge recently. The occasion was the couples twentieth wedding anniversary. A three - course dinner w as served from a long table on the porch, covered with a white cut-work cloth and centered with an arrangement of purple asters and fern. Those enjoying the dinner with the host and hostess were, Mrs Mattie Broome Covington, Mrs Fount H M:y. sr, Mr and Mrs Edwin Embry and son. Joel, Milas Embry. Boone and Julia Massey, C H Coulter and children. Charis, Sora Ann and Clinton of Tallahassee. Mrs Massey formerly lived in Quincy and will be remembered as Miss Sallie Embry. Birthday Tarty Michael May was honored on his third birthday Monday afternoon when his grandmother. Mrs James J Love, entertained with a party in the garden of her home on Ninth street. The guests, a small group of friends, enjoyed playing with toys in the garden. Each received a party cap and balloons. The refreshment table, centered with a pink cake with three candles was surrounded with a garland of pink vine. , The guests were presented w-ith story books for favors. Mrs Frank Mas', jr. assisted in caring for the guests. Luncheon The home of Mrs George V Munroe was the scene of a delightful luncheon Monday when she entertained in honor of Mrs J L Davidson and Mrs J E Dickey of Atlanta, and Mrs John Porter of Selma, Ala. Lovely arrangements of roses interspersed with fern centered the dining table. Early fall flowers were used in the living room. Twelve guests enjoyed the luncheon. Kappa Alphas Entertain The KA's. their wives and dates enjoyed a delightful party at the Quincy hotel last night. The rooms were attractively decorated for this occasion. After an informal time together, the guests went to the Swano Country club and enjoyed the SAE dance. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs William T Crouch anounce the birth of a daughter at Gadsden County hospital on September 4. She has been named Mary Ann for Mrs Crouch's twin sister. ' Mr and Mrs Alfred H deBuhr of Clear Lake, la, announce the LET US GIVE YOUR OLD BLINDS A VERY DECIDEDLY NEW LOOK FREE ESTIMATES L A. Yates & Sons Phone 44 aprrirnctd Gardrww md fstmt 0mrj know Bothered With Ugly Weeds and TallG rassr MOW 'EM DOWN! WITH THI 3-HP GRAVELY Sickle Mower Cuts 42" iwoth. Low cn-I ter of gravity end patented ivel oction conquers slopes and steep banks . . . Rotary attachment for lawn work. 17 MACHINES IN ONE! Bv S'mply changing attachments the GRAVELY olso Plow?. Cultivates, Seds, Harrows, Fertilize., Sprays, Bulldozes, Plows Snow. Geared wheels. Power Tafee-otf . . . 5-Horsepower, Two Speeds Forward end REVERSE. Com in, Writs or 'Pfiac for tn Cataloj Gravely Southern Distributor Ceo. t. Stour, Mgr. 213 I. Pmhinf St. X 1 5 r4l. j V RUKAL LEAU . Nevada ol 1949." Cjrole L;:mpe, relaxes in the hay on hci father's ranch near Reno. Nev. She has a date in Atlantic City. N-Sept. 5, to compete with the nation's other top-ranking beauties for the "Miss America" title. birth of a daughter, born Sept 4. Mrs deBuhr will be remembered as Miss Frances Munroe. Mr and Mrs Warren Marshall of Montgomery anounce the birth of a son born Sept 2. He has been named Everett Robinson. Mrs Marshall is the former Miss Aleen Drew of Quincy. Mr and Mrs H E Corry. jr. of Miami announce the birth of a son Sept 2 in Tampa. He has been named Henry Edmund, III. His paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs H E Corry of Quincy. and his maternal grandparents are Dr and Mrs Martorell of Tampa. His mother is the former Miss Polly Martorell. SAE Danee The SAE's entertained Wednesday night with i heir annual barn dance at the Sw no Country club, which was attrrctively decorated for the occasion. Dancing was enjoyed until r late hour. Sev ral hundred enjoyed this affair. The marriage of Miss Betty Craig of Virgin.: 3each. Va. to Leo Daniel McMillan. Lieutenant ( jg USN, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Daniel McMillan of Quincy, was solemnized in the presence of a few friends and relatives Tuesday evenine. Aug 30 at 6:30. Harold E LeMay. U S navy chaplain, officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place in the Protestant chapel at Camp Le Jeune, N C. Mrs John Richard - Bisler. of Washington. D C. was matron of honor. She wore figured crepe with a picture hat, and a corsase of flesh carnations. Ensign Lynn DeForrest Reed of Philadelphia served as best man. The bride was becomingly attired in navy sheer with a small blue hat. Her accessories were ' navy and white, and she wore a , corsage of bride's rosebuds and ' turosPS. ! Lt Colonel and Mrs C N Banks entertained informally at their home after the ceremony. ! Lt McMillan is leaving for the Mediterranean with the 21st marine division aboard the aircraft carrier Leyte, and will be stationed at Cannes, France, for the next five months, but is expecting to rjetum to Camp Le Jeune in January. 1950. At present, he and his bride are spending their honeymoon at Quonset Point. R I. Among those attending the wedding were Lt Col and Mrs C N Banks, Lt and Mrs John Richard Bieler. Ens and Mrs John Van Tol. Lt and Mrs Wallace Rigas. Lt Robert .7 Buegler. Lt and Mr George P Stecdle. Lt. Victor K Aubrey. Jr, Mrs Leo D McMillan and Mr Robert M Davidson, mother and rrandmother of the groom. HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN SOMETHING? IT'S HERE AND WE'RE OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. . HOME SUPPLIES, ETC. GROCERIES FISH BAIT TACKLE SMITH OILS, INC. RED SMITH, Owner Old Quincy Highway Ph. 2121 f ..... It f. ' J ."; rU 7 ?'; v- t' I FLINTKOTE'S BONDED ROOFER! RE-R00F NOW! Put firo-reslstant asphalt shingles tver your old roof. Estimates free. Caff today. TALLAHASSEE ROOFING Cb. Phone 3297 510 All Saints St. RADPO PROGRAMS Listing! Provided by Stations- WTAL Your Mutual Station 1270 KC--AM 103.9 MG FM FRIDAV CVfeNINU 6:C0 Honit Newt 6:15 Weather-Ne wi Sports 6:30 Sammy Kayt 6:45 Rider of tha Purple Sage :00 Fulton Lewi. jr 7:15 That Man with a Band 7:30 Drifting On a Cloud 7 :4S Weather-Newi 8:00 Plantation Jubilee t.ZO Keynotet by Carle 8:45--Weather Fta. Newi Bifl Henry 9:00 Sylvan Levin Opera Concert 9:05 Memory Lane 9.30 Marshall Pun Report-' 10:00 Meet the Press 10 Mutual Newsreel" 10:45 Concert Notebook 11:00 AM the News 11:15 Dance Orchestra-11:55 Mutual Reports the News SATURLv-ALl. OAV 5 00 RFO 1270 6:55-U S Weather Forecast r-.OO RFO 1270 j 7:C5 Headline News 7:i0 Tic Tor Tunes S;00 News Weather Sports 8:15 Accent on Music 8:55 News Highlights ;00 Fairyland 0:15 Jungle Jim j 9:30 Rhapsody m Rhythm 9:45 Daily Devotional 1 10:00 Meet the Band ' 10:30 Leslie Nichols. News 10:45 Helen Hall Femma Fair 11:00 Military Campus' 1 1 :30 Something Old. Something New 11:45 Fla. News Farm News Weather 12:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 Magic Rhythm 1:C0 Curtain Calls 1:30 The Georgia Crackers 1:45 George Stearney'l Orchestra ! 2:00 Joseph McCaffrey and the News I 2:15 Jerry and Sky 2:30 Kiwanis Organella 3:00 Melody Parade ! 5:0TJ Bands for Bonds 5:30 Ralph Font's Orchestra 8:00 Prevue 6:25 u S Weather Forecast 6:30 Guest Star 6:45 Mel Allen 7:00 Hawaii Calls 7:30 Christian Science Program 7:45 Strike Up the Band 8:00 Twenty Quest-ons" 8:30 Proudly We Ha. I 9:00 Life Begins at 8 9:30 Lombardoland. USA 11:00 Chicago Theatre of the Air j 11:00 Dance Orchestra 11:55 Mutual Reports the News v.ju muinai Kiwi A 1 g ( 10:00 Program of AvalaclticolaiBTl I 111:15 fop of Sporl Personals By CLYDE BROWN Miss Miriam Marks of Washington, D C. arrived Tuesday to spend several weeks here with her sister, Mrs John Marshall, jr. ! Mr and Mrs Norton Kilbourne ; and young son of Carrabelle were j visitors here Wednesday. : Mrs George Patton or Port bt Joe spent Tuesday here with her sister. Mrs Harry D Marks, sr. Triends of Mrs Marks will be glad t know she is improving but is still confined to her home. j A B Marchant of East Pomt visited friends here Tuesday. Mrs J T McNiel of Indian Pass was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr and Mrs C H B Floyd. Jr, are spending several days in Jacksonville with Mr Floyd's sister, Mrs William A J Brown. Mr and Mrs William Cole and N Y. are' the guest's of Mrs Cole's her co-starring partner in "Car-mmhor Mr. c, Rpnnptt and her i riage Entrance. I wonder if its erandparents, Mr and Mrs Dave i B Maddox. Mrs Cole Is the for- ; mer Peggy Bennett of this city. Mrs M F Braguiner left Monday j for Tallahassee where she will spend the next month. Mrs Brag- i uiner will work with the special , session of legislature. ! . Ren and Mrs Bryant G Patton , icii iueuay i..... where they will spend the next T . -1 . . TtUlsneenA I month. Mr and Mrs J C Holloway left Wednesday for Jacksonville, where they will spend several days on business. Mr and Mrs C T Lanier have as their guest. Mr Lanier's mother,1 Mrs Dora Lanier, of Sneeds. i Mr and Mrs Everett Robinson had as their guest the first of this week Mr Robinson's sister, Mias Louise Robinson of Jacksonville. Bill Owens spent Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in Jack sonvilie. Friends of Mrs Virginia Maikens will regret to know she is confined to Franklin County hospital. Mrs Charles Campbell had as her guests over the weekend her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Campbell. Jr. and daughter. Sharif-, of Macon, her WRHPI 1450 on Your Dial FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 Sketches ir Mefody 6:ib Texaco'i Tallahanet Newi Edition 6:30 Sporti Paraat 6:45 Oick Hiymei Show 7:00 Headhna Edition MS-E'mer Davis 7:30 Long Raooer 8:00 Fat Man- :30 Thtf la Vou FBI 9:00 Melody Time 9:30 The Sheriff Show 9:55 Champion Rod Call 10:00 Hemie and Hi Band 10:30 T. C. Rakefa Tallahassee Newt Roundup 10:45 Red, Hot and Bluei 11:00 -Newt of Tomorrow 11:15 Joe Hasel, Sports" 11:30 Gems for Thought 11:35 ABC Orchestra SATURDAY MORNING 5.58 S gn On 6:00 Red Kerce Hillbilly Jamboree 6:55 News Around the Clot 7:00 Rhythm Roundup 7:ii Local News Roundup f :3d Timekeeper 7:50 Top Tune of th Week 7:55 Morning Report on Sports 8 00 Martin Agronsy 8:15 Morning Melodies 8:30 Morning Oevot.ons 8:45 News Summary 9:00 Breakfast on the Plaza 9:30 Snopper's Special 9:45 BiM Scott, Forest Ranger 10-OCV-Johnny OHen Get together 10:30 Strickland's Buster Brown Show 1 1 ;00 Modern Romances 1 1:30 Saturday Music Time SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12 00 Hormei Girl Corns 12:30 Frank Pepper Reports the News 12:45 Noon Time Melodies 1:00 Concert of American J-t 1:30 Local News Report 1:45 AM Star Dance Parade 2:00 101 Ranch Boys" 2;30 St. Louis Cardtna's-Ctncmnati Reds Baseball Game-4.30 Treasury Band Show 5:00 Juke Bow Hits SATURDAY EVENING 6:00 Sketches in Melody 6:15 Local News Edition 6 30 Harry Wnnifr' 6 45 Supper Serenade 7:00 Here's Hollywood 7:15 Report trom Congress Senator Pepper" 7:30 Music by G"en Osser 8:00 Buzz Ad lams Playroom 8:30 Hemic and Hs Band" 9:00 Tommy Dorsey Treasury Show 9:30 Musical Etchings Records Trio otel Bands 00 News ot Tomorrow I 11:15 fop of Sports 11:30 ABC Orchestra Hollywood HOLLYWOOD txmsive y Yours: fciizaoetn layior s wen-; there dailv. publicized romance with William j ' Pauley, jr. may never come off. j q d Sauls of Panacea, and W Pauley wants Elizabeth to give upjS Schley, jr. of Surf spent Thurs- her career immediately after the ; day in Tallahassee on business. marriage. Elizabeth has decided j she would right arm. up Pauley. rather give up her I predict she'll give Those "Great Gatsby" ads. featuring half-.stripped Alan Ladd brought these words of joy in an; official N Y Paramount memo to. Paul Kreager. manager of the all its theaters" 1 st Marks Wildlife Refuge return- "For all your future ' 'Great j rd Il0m a business trip to Brooks-Gatsby' compaigns use ads show-! ville, Thursday night. ing Ladd half-stripped. The half : stripped ads are bringing terrific i business around the country, so let's all climb on the bandwagon." Ann Sheridan is in 'the dog house at RKO for turning down a long list of leading -men for really that important. The hottest boxoffice movie on the screen today Is "Mighty Joe Young." The leading man. Joe Young, is a gorilla. Or, there's no business like monkey business, Mutual Incompatibility Singer Margaret Whiting won a divorce from radio executive Hubbell Robinson on charges of a. 1 ..-la... T . , l-. 4Ua , me, dueuy. out, real reason: She didn t want to ! live in New York and he didn't want to live with her. T, ..... u u j(J Kathryn Grayson and Mario Katharine Hepburn has a diLanza will co-star in an M-G-M with director oeorge lukui iu catch Arthur Blake's new satire on her. Last, time Katie witnessed Blake's imitation of her, she slapped him in front of a whole Boston night club audience. I can't help repeating what Katie said when I asked her about daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Kilmart. and children, Dee. Lee, and Robert, jr, of Au- gusta. Ga. Mr and Mrs A V Benson, Miss Carol Benson. Miss Sandra Benson. Mr and Mrs V M Hoffman, jr, Mrs Dencie Covert. Charles Aubrey Marks, jr. and Mrs V M Hoffman, sr. are spending several days at Mrs Hoffman, sr's cottage on Lagoon Beach. Miss Jane Norman who spent the summer as a counselor at the Methodist Youths camp. Leesburg, returned to her home here Monday. Miss Norman will enter FSU this fall. Mrs Homer Lee Oliver. Miss Mercia Louise Oliver of this city, and Bill Edmondon of Tallahassee spent several days at the McNiel cottage on Lsgoon Beach this eek, ' New Arrivals Mr and Mrs George Wallace Hendles announce the birth of a daughter on Sept 6 In Franklin County hospital. Mr and Mrs Goddard Bailey announce the birth of a daughter. Sept 6 In 3ebring. Mrs Bailey is the former P h i 1 1 i p 1 a Nedley. daughter of Mr and Mrs Michel ' P Nedley of this city. TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 14 Friday Afternoon, September 9, MOPSY by GLADYS PARKCB I'm not too fast at shorthand-could YOU FIND ME AN EMPLOYER ACME EMPLOYMENT Wakulla County News Bv JAKE PIGOTT ' Mr and Mrs George Harrison and small daughter are spending this week, with Mrs. Harrison's parents. Mr and Mrs J E Stans-bury. near Sopchoppy. Mr. Harrison has spent every day fishin?, while on his vacation. Mr and Mrs Elsie Pigott, Mrs i Vinna Summerford, and Rev N V i Ward, sr, of Medart. and Mrs. i John McKenzie of Sopchoppy, left : today for Holmes county to at- tend the annual West Florida Primitive Baptist association, I which is being held at Corinth ' church. The meeting will be for i three days. ; Mrs Winnie C Tully and Mrs , Ella Pigott of Tallahassee spent ; Wednesday and Thursday in the county visiting relatives. I Clerk of the Court, GrorKe i'Doc Crawford. and Ricli-; ard Parker of Tallahassee were I business callers late Wednesday afternoon. Mr Crawford is building a cottage on Alligator Point. John J (Jack i Hahn of Pana- rea motored to Tallahassee Thursday afternoon on important busi-i ness. A B Taff of Tallahassee spent Thursday in the county complet- ing plans for opening his seine yard at Shell Point the first of October. Curtis J Malone who has been ' employed at Starke for the past ; several years, has been transferred i to Tallahassee this week and will : work there in the future. How- pvpr Mr fnlnnp tc stavincr in , sopchoppy. and commuting up State Senators S Dillworth Clarke and Phillip Beall, and J j M Strickland drove down to Pan- i acea Thursday night where they enjoyed a seafood dinner at tne Bamboo cafe. Mr and Mrs L E Knowles and Children Of Sanford are Visiting Mr ana Mrs sam smitn ol snade- ville. those Hepburn impersonators. She grinned back : "I do the best one." Dinah Shore's homecoming at Nashville pushed everything else off the front pages there. One newspaper carried an eight-column banner headline on her arrival on page 1. The official Rita Hay worth baby announcement wound up on page 17. Curly Chimp Now it's "which chimp has the Toni?" Jimmy, standing in for Cheta in the Tarzan films, gets a home permanent at the start of every picture so he'll curl where ,,, ' vo f.m.ri ,,., H,c naturally. ,ii.ll ..c,..rf . ,." Roddy McDowall and Sally Forrest have discovered each other, Ida Lupino discovered Sally for "Not Wanted." . . . Barbara Britton will get the glamor treatment for her role with j Ciior j - a - ai rSS-rJ "Th payment were loo hioh on tha washing machlna bought front ou to I told it with Democrat Want Ail" CLASSIFIED ADS 2 COST RED MARE from Bloxham HeiRhts vicinity. Double seven brand on left shoulder. If found call Eulie Russell, 2990-K. LARGE BROWN AND WHITB pointer dog. vicinity of Thomas-ville or Meridian road. Liberal reward. Phone 1017-L. LADIES ELGIN wrist watch, round face, black band. Reward. Call Vi L Rearden, 2322-RX. 6 MONTHS OLD part AiredalfJ puppy. Name Bozo. Vicinity of Thomasville road and Center-ville road. Reward for return. Plinne .1 S Shaw. 21 HI ' 3. FOUND MORE PROFITS through goodwill advertising. American Advertising Co. Inc. Printed specialties, calendars. Phone 2105. I -orally owned and operated 4 PERSONALS PREPARE for cold weather. Install the famous PETRO oil burner now. Free estimates. New installations, boiler and furnace replacements, repairs. Phone 2708-L. SEAMSTRESS For back to school and fall sewing, call 1955-W for information or come by 724 Shell street. MR HOME-OWNER: Trotect your family with a low cost mortgage policy. You can buy a $5,000 mortgage policy for the puce of a $1,00020 Pay Life from Metropolitan, the world's largest company. N L Stock. Agent. Phone 722 or 1907. COLONIAL DRIVE NURSERY Care of your child by hour-, day or week by experienced personnel. 1526 Colonial Dr. Ph 555-R. Twin beds, ready day or night ta the new NASH AIRFLYTE. ROYAL NASH MOTORS, luc 504 W Ter.n St. Ph 2915 NOTICE: S H Seabrook please come to HOOKS SANDWICH: SHOP for a FREE pint of Supreme Ice Cream. ,SAVE, l0 2U on ,out m. SURANCE. Baker Insurance ! Agency Phone 629 Grant' Furniture Bide Legal Notice IN THR CIRCUIT COURT Or THE SEC. , ONO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- IDA. IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. DIVORCE CATHERINE WILLIS WAGNER. I Plaintiff. i FRANK CHARLES WAGNT.n. I D-fenrtant. t THE ST A TP: OF FLORIDA TO: frank Cliarlej Wngiirr. 3014 Wrst Ji S'.rrct. Chicago 32. Illinois. Ycri are h-reby notified that a a for divorce hai been brought against y-u in the Circuit Court for f-enn Conn!;. , 1-1.,. .n f, ki r.,l,rm U'.M , wn,r', , yn., ,'.; hrrehv required t' ' fue nh the cirrk of saiei Court your written appearance 'personally nr h aitornevi in said Milt on the 19'li cUv of September, 149. anrt thereafter : file with said Clerk jour written lc-frnse. if any. to liie B.ll of Comnlau t In said 6Uit at the tune prescribed hv Law. Herein fail not or judgment vt!l be entered against ou hv default. WITNESS the Honorable W. Mav Walter, Judge of the said Court, and tna j Seal thereof, at Tallahassee. Leon Conn Florida. tills 17th day of August, A D. 1949. iSEALl GEO. G. CRAWFORD. Clerk of Said Court. HARRY MORRISON. Attorney for Plaintiff. Aug. 19, 26. Sept. 2. 9 B437. Ronald Colman for Caesar." in "Champagns Susan Peters will tour Europe this fall with the idea of a book, "Seeing Europe From a Wheel Chair." . . . Janis Carter wants to do a Broadway musical. She cam to Hollywood hailed as a singer, worked for six years at Columbia, but didn't sing a note. After Ann Dvorak hud her hair dyed blonde for "Beloved Over All," wardrobe tests showed she (till looked too (rood. She'll wear a wig to rt frowzy effect. The Joan Crawford -Mel Ferrer i romance is strictly for business rewsons. They'll co-star in her next at Warner Brothers. . . . CBS is talking to Diana Lynn about tickling those ptano keys on tele- vision. 9-9

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